National Cadet Corps (NCC)
NCC stands for National Cadet Core, a training program. It is open to the students of schools and colleges. It’s a voluntary program and any student can join it. This program teaches students to follow a disciplined life. It’s a Tri-Services Organisation and engaged in grooming the youth in India to become patriotic citizens. NCC training offers many benefits to the trainees. After attending a minimum of 75% of NCC training, the students get a certificate from NCC according to their level. These certificates help the students to in their career. There are many benefits of NCC certificates.
What is NCC?
NCC is the Indian military cadet corps wing of the Indian armed forces. NCC offers training to the students of schools and colleges. This is not compulsory training for all students. The duration of this training program is 3 years.
During the training of NCC, candidates get the basic military training. This training is conducted to develop the interest of young students in all three forces; the army, the navy and the air force of India. NCC offers the platform to the students so that they could check their abilities to join the Indian Defence Services. That’s why one of the benefits of the NCC certificate is that the candidate gets some relaxation during army selection.
According to the National Cadet Corps, the main aim of NCC is to create an organized, trained and motivated youth. With this aim, NCC not only creates soldiers for the nation but it also develops the leadership skills in the youth.
The NCC unit of the college actively operates in the college. The Cadets are trained for B and C Certificates under the NCC Programme. The students are sent to participate in annual training camps, national integration camps & other camps organised from time to time so as to infuse the spirit of nationalism in them . Such training broadens their outlook and helps them to develop qualities like discipline, leadership, team spirit, service before self etc.
For joining NCC or any other NCC related enquiries, please contact Mr Jaspal Singh, Dept. of Computer Science Ph.: 9878068015